Macmillan Language Tree: Primary Language Arts for the Caribbean Workbook 1 (Ages 5-6) by Leonie Bennett
  

Macmillan Language Tree: Primary Language Arts for the Caribbean Workbook 1 (Ages 5-6)

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Macmillan Language Tree: Primary Language Arts for the Caribbean Workbook 1 (Ages 5-6) by Leonie Bennett

Macmillan Language Tree is a comprehensive seven-level Primary Language Arts Series for the Caribbean . This title features: coverage of the syllabus for your country; thorough practice of each language point; practice of listening, speaking, reading, writing, thinking and viewing skills; plenty of reading practice and comprehension skills with many different types of texts; explicit teaching of process writing; regular assessment; and a workbook at each level to reinforce the work of the Student's Book. The Workbooks reinforce the skills and concepts taught in the Student's Books. There are exercises which practise specific skills as well as opportunities to fill in forms, interpret charts, edit text and extract information. The Teacher's Books provide unit-by-unit suggestions for homework, extension work, assessment and answers to the exercises.

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Format

Paperback
88 pages

Author

Leonie Bennett
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

1st November 2006

ISBN

9781405062916


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